The Clean Energy Regulator was established by the Clean Energy Regulator Act 2011 as an independent statutory authority within the Climate Change and Energy Efficiency portfolio, and is accountable to the Australian Parliament through the Minister for Climate Change and Energy Efficiency.
The Clean Energy Regulator refers to both the body corporate and the public service agency established under the Clean Energy Regulator Act 2011.
The body corporate (Clean Energy Regulator) consists of the Chair and up to four other Members. Ms Chloe Munro is the Chair. The Members set the direction for the Clean Energy Regulator to administer the regulatory schemes for which it is responsible.
The public service agency comprises the Chair and staff of the Clean Energy Regulator and is a statutory agency under the Public Service Act 1999. Ms Munro, as Chair of the Clean Energy Regulator, is the head of the Agency. The Agency supports the Clean Energy Regulator in the performance of its responsibilities.
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